The aim of the project is to manufacture renewable plastics (phb, phbv) with a new industrial process.
Recycling of polyolefin-mixed films for the production of high-added value ldpe (low density polyethylene) film and pellets
The aim is to develop an innovative dry strength agent, which will allow for maintaining paper and cardboard properties despite an increased use of recycled material.
To develop and produce textiles with antibacterial effectiveness that will be achieved with nanosilver application.
The main task is to develop the technology and introduce disinfecting mats, which can be applied in order to resist the spread of epidemic and contagious diseases (e.G. Bird flu).
To develop new technology for recording variable data in a holographic photopolymer film. It will produce highly secure volume holograms, which will increase the level of security of id documents (identity cards and passports).
To improve the energy efficiency of display cases, new optimal geometry for evaporators and a production line for manufacturing evaporators based on that geometry will be developed.
The purpose of the project is to investigate the surface properties of two selected textile fabrics with incorporated microcapsules using the new approach of streaming potential measurement. The knowledge of these surface properties will improve the process of micro-encapsulation.
Currently, electrochemical machining (ecm) does not allow for meeting the specifications prescribed in many high-tech applications for advanced materials. We will develop a new technological foundation for ecm that addresses these limitations.
To develop a suitable liquid mixture that should help reduce the need for artificial fertilizers and make the plant use more nutrients from the soil.